eGPU Powerthrottle 2080Ti

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  1. hfm

    hfm Notebook Prophet

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    Do you have any management software installed for the 2080Ti? What brand is it?
     
  2. sYnSBG

    sYnSBG Notebook Enthusiast

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    only Afterburner, its a LightningZ from MSI
     
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    Check the power limit in afterburner make sure it isn't set incorrectly. You could also try reverting everything to defaults.
     
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    sYnSBG Notebook Enthusiast

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    powerslider is at max 111% but it has only an effect below 60%, from 60-111% all the same, gpuZ shows only 50-70% under full load,
    when the app(3Dmark, futmark) is in background its higher and i got about 20% more fps
     
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    Make sure vsync/gsync are forced off for the benchmarks in nvidia control panel.
     
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    Darker01 Notebook Consultant

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    That is pretty odd. Can you take a screenshot of your Device Manager with the Display Adapters section expanded?
     
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  7. sYnSBG

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    Yeah ill make a ss , found out that the performance is same internal & external display, i think there is my performance loss

    *gsync and vsync on/off makes no difference
     
  8. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    Connect the monitor directly to the eGPU to do any benchmarking. There can be a loss of performance if you are running the benchmarks on the laptop's screen as it has to loop back.

    Charles
     
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  9. sYnSBG

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    yep i know this, monitor is directly on the eGPU but it makes no difference in benchmarks
    maybe its an IntelHD620 bug, when i disable the intel GPU it shows me core frequenzy and usage in GPU Z even if its disabled
     
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    It shouldn't matter but do you have the latest intel graphics drivers installed?
     
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